A pair of iconic cooling towers which stood next to the M1 motorway and marked the start of the north of England for many drivers have been demolished.
The 250ft high Tinsley Towers were brought down in a controlled explosion after the motorway was closed to traffic.
The towers stood just 17m from the southbound carriageway of the motorway as it crosses the double-decker Tinsley Viaduct near Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
The destruction did not initially appear to go as planned, when roughly a third of the North Tower was left standing after they were both blown up at 3am.
But a spokeswoman for owner E.ON said that both towers had been fully demolished by 5.20am.